Sunland Motel Mesa
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Travel Blogs from Mesa
... and Mike. A good meal but loud and hard to talk, though we did pretty good. Mike is heading back to Canada tomorrow.
April 27th-Sunday—Up fairly early for an egg and sausage breakfast. Hung around here till after 1 when we decided to go to the Mesa Swap. Walked a lot and bought several small things, then to the bank and home. Wrote some postcards and sympathy card for friend Angie in Revere, MA whose husband died this ...
Tom & Diane departed today, had such a great time with them, see you back home!! We met up with Pete & Toni today at McDowell Park where they are staying, took a 4 mile hike and my first attempt @ Geo Caching, I guess beginners luck I found 5 of them!! Lunch at The All American Sports Bar overlooking the Fountain @ Fountain ...
... and signed balls for the kids. And just about getting picked off by a ball hit over the fence as we walked past left field at the practice diamonds.
- Game 4: Being saved from a foul ball when the ball knocked a dove off the wire holding up the backstop screen (no doves were hurt, but he was pretty wobbly on the wire afterward!). And best of all, seeing a young pitcher from Regina, Dustin Molleken (Roger used to ...
... Marblehead and Manchester by the Sea. We knew some roads that would be snow covered and not plowed, and they were fun. Did see some damage from the huge tides and wind. Lunch of Seafood soup and Clam Chowder soup at Gloucester. Then further to Rockport and back. We made a stop at Beverly to a shopping mall as we needed a toiletries bag for Phil. His old one had the zipper fail, and this one is a bit bigger. We called Kenny from there and drove to Melrose to pick him up ...
... wear shops and I chatted with a local certified gunsmith that also entertained the tourists by robbing the train that went to the Grand Canyon on horseback. I asked about the procedures for purchasing guns in Arizona (not for me) and was shocked to find that residents could walk out with a new weapon within 20 minutes and the laws of Arizona allowed such to wear exposed guns without a permit. Welcome to the wild, wild west !!